MSE Furnace designs and produce custom design furnaces for annealing, austempering, austenitizing, brazing, burn out, calcination, chemical tempering, cupellation, drying, hardening, inert atmosphere, martempering, melting, normalizing, annealing, quenching, single crystal growth, sintering, stirred, stress relieving, tempering and vacuum applications.
Heat treatment is a group of industrial, thermal and metalworking processes used to alter the physical, and sometimes chemical, properties of a material.
The most common application is metallurgical. Heat treatment applications are also used in the manufacture of many other materials, such as glass. Our purpose is to be a leading manufacturer of custom made heat treatment solutions and applications. According to the process requirement of samples or parts, a great deal of heat treatment applications at our furnaces can be made and many types of furnace can be as identify and produced.
For furnace solutions:
Bell-type, pit-type, chamber/boogie-hearth, vertical or horizontal cylindrical, lift-bottom or elevator, rotational, tunnel type, batch type, belt, retort, roller, continuous furnaces, etc.
For industries: steel manufacturing, metallurgical, ceramic, photovoltaic, chemical, polymer. We design and produce from small hardening furnaces to industrial furnaces to turn-key heat treatment lines. Surely, there are many different heat treatments, such as quenching, tempering, ageing, stress-relieving, and case hardening. And one of these can suitable for your samples or parts.
To eliminate confusion, here is a look at the most common heat treatments, along with their purposes and their pros and cons. But it is important for ours to know answers to questions about their part design when considering heat treatments: What forces is part subjected to? What environment is working in? Does the application require distinct properties for the surface, core, or particular surface regions? The answer will guide the selection. If you wish, we can decide together which of these applications should be selected. If you wish, we can make a detailed interview together which of these applications should be selected.